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Pakistan government refuses to remove names of Nawaz Sharif, daughter, son-in-law from Exit Control List
In October last year, Sharif, his daughter Maryam and son-in-law Mohammad Safdar had separately applied to the Interior Ministry seeking removal of their names from the ECL, the Geo News reported.
His daughter Maryam Nawaz has alleged that the current Pakistan government is not taking his health condition seriously.
Former Pakistan Senator Pervaiz Rashid told reporters that Musharraf, who is in Dubai for medical treatment, launched the Kargil operation to sabotage talks between Pakistan and India.
Sharif, 69, has been serving a seven-year jail term in Lahore's Kot Lakhpat jail in the Al-Azizia Steel Mills corruption case.
Three-time prime minister, who is serving a seven-year imprisonment in Lahore's Kot Lakhpat jail, was rushed to a hospital Tuesday after he complained of heart related complications.
Sharif, 69, who is serving seven-year imprisonment in Lahore's Kot Lakhpat jail, was rushed to a hospital Tuesday after he complained of heart-related complications.
Sharif, 69, who is serving seven-year imprisonment in a Lahore jail, was rushed to a hospital from Kot Lakhpat jail on Tuesday after he complained of heart-related complications.
According to a medical test conducted last week, 69-year-old Sharif is suffering from hypertension, diabetes and Ischemic heart disease.
Sharif is currently in jail after an anti-corruption court sentenced him on December 24 to seven years in jail in the Al-Azizia Steel Mills graft case.
Nawaz Sharif's health deteriorates; daughter claims jail authorities not letting cardiologists examine him
A jail spokesman, however, said jail doctors examined Sharif thoroughly and his health is fine.
Sharif filed an appeal against his conviction in the Islamabad High Court and also filed a separate petition seeking suspension of the sentence until adjudication of his appeal.
The three-time former premier is serving his term in Lahore's Kot Lakhpat Jail.
The court, however, acquitted him in the Flagship Investment case.
The Punjab province government on Wednesday said it could not provide a prisoner to Sharif who could serve as his "orderly" and that he would have to maintain his room on his own.
Last Monday, an anti-corruption court in Islamabad sentenced 68-year-old Sharif to seven years in jail in the Al-Azizia Steel Mills case but acquitted him in the Flagship Investment case.